“I had to grow the hair down there. But because of years of waxing, as all of us girls know, it doesn’t come back quite the way it used to. They even made me a merkin — a wig — because they were so concerned that I might not be able to grow enough.”
— Kate Winslet to Allure, on the importance of authentic pubic hair for her role in “The Reader” [via AHN]
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